Rengay Through the Seasons #14 [1-6]

by Masago: Rengay #14 (Dec 2-8), Verses 1-6 (of 6)

The dog's legs / have become shorter — first snowfall.
Playground sunset shadows — school kids grow taller.
Around and around — the kitten almost catches / its own tail.
I put my finger / through the parrot's cage — Polly's cracker?
Seated, we wait to leave — the train beside us backs up.
Empty koi pond — an orange leaf "swims" / toward me.

Click here for the previous rengay in the series.


polona said...

oh, i see you've already posted the complete rengay.
i love its liveliness :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

nice add on

Aurora Antonovic said...

Very nice return.

Borut said...

Thinking of it, the last one looks very Buddhist-coloured to me: formless emptiness and orange - being disireless...?:)So, where are we going Vaughn!?:)

floots said...

nothing is what it seems
it's how one looks at it
loved this series
thank you

John McDonald said...

another good sequence

Masago said...

Polona: Yes, on Friday's I often post early. Thank you. :-)

Andrew: Thanks.

Aurora: Thank you.

Borut: I wasn't actually going there but I am intrigued by your interpretation. Well done!

Floots: Thank you! (You nailed it again).

John: Thank you.